Digital Opportunity Trust Announces DOT Innovation Fest
Oct 07, 2011
Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) is pleased to announce the first annual DOT Innovation Festival. A celebration of partnerships, imagination, and ideas, Innovation Fest is a new and exciting approach to DOT’s creativity festivals, and will showcase the creativity and ingenuity of youth from around the globe.
The DOT Innovation Fest 2011 will be held to coincide with Global Entrepreneurship Week (November 14-20, 2011), the world's largest celebration of innovators and job creators. Participants in DOT’s Innovation Fest will have the opportunity to get involved with both events, and stretch their creative and innovative brain power.
What is the DOT Innovation Fest 2011?
DOT Innovation Fest 2011 is a creative competition for DOT program participants, beneficiaries, alumni, interns, and staff. Festival participants will pitch their innovative concepts for growing a business, growing an idea, or getting creative with mobile technology. In a collaborative series of events, participants will have the opportunity to refine their ideas before entering a final submission to the competition.
Winners will have the opportunity to work with world-renown experts in entrepreneurship and mobile technology to pitch their businesses or develop their proposals, and DOT will support the winning teams and individuals to help them make their ideas become reality. Additional prizes include online courses, video cameras, and other fun incentives.
DOT’s Innovation Fest 2011 kicks off on November 1st and runs until December 4th. For more information, please visit http://friends.dotrust.org/innovation.
About Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT):
Digital Opportunity Trust is an innovator in enabling people to access and apply information and communications technologies (ICT) to create educational, economic and entrepreneurial opportunities. DOT transforms and supports young women and men as they become leaders of economic and educational change in their societies.
DOT currently operates sustainable programs through local offices in 11 countries in North America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. To date, the organization has mobilized more than 2,500 young people worldwide who have helped over 400,000 community members achieve their goals.